Guardian Strikes Deal With Brits on Greenwald's Partner

The AP is reporting that the Guardian Newspaper has struck a deal with the British Government to allow authorities to examine documents they seized after detaining reporter Glenn Greenwald's partner for questioning on August 18th as he changed planes on his way home from Berlin to Brazil. 

The agreement announced Friday during a hearing before Britain's High Court came after David Miranda unsuccessfully sued to stop police from combing through digital material seized from him earlier this month at Heathrow Airport.

Miranda's attorney Matthew Ryder told the judges that the parties had agreed that the order could continue. Ryder says Miranda had taken a pragmatic approach.


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